Below are the biggest concepts to understand and remember, which will help you to take back control…concepts which help me to stay in control: Accept the fact that you will not be perfect, you will never be in control 100% of the time, and that there will ALWAYS be ups and downs/good days and bad
Category Archives: Mental Health
The journey and concept of needing a “3.0 transformation” may not resonate with everyone. Honestly, I hope it never does. Being at a low point, unable to break out of your rut, feelings of self-hate, and being unhappy with life…I would never wish that upon my worst enemy. The purpose of this blog was
Never settle on your dreams. My ambition fuels me to seek the edge…then to keep going…to fly. Fresh from vacation out West, and was completely surrounded by inspiration. I received it from my outdoor workouts, from the cooling breeze paired with the bright sun shining down, and from my amazing family. One of the things
80% of you that are reading this right now are sitting down at the moment… The Sedentary Lifestyle…I’m not pointing fingers, because even when I write most of my blog entries I’ve been sitting down as well. We live in an age where it has become the norm to sit for 8-12hrs a day behind
I was not an engineering major during my college days, but many of my friends/coworkers were studying electrical engineering, computer science, mechanical engineering, etc. As a marketing major, my brain worked more in a creative thinking capacity, with hints of consultative approaches to problem solving. My engineering counterparts on the other hand thrive on the
“Man, I really regret getting that workout in…” – Said NO ONE EVER 80% of the battle is getting yourself to the gym or even out of the house…Get off your butts folks!!!
In order to change your life, you need to change your life. I’m sure you were expecting something quite a little more profound and deep, than the above redundant statement. However, bear with me and go beyond just the face value of it and truly break it down. Many of us are unhappy, too comfortable,
Spent the weekend snowboarding at Snowshoe in West Virginia. I LOVE boarding, and it’s been a while since I went on an actual snowboarding trip. We stayed the weekend in a cabin which involved feeding a group of 15+ people for a few days. We had designated cooks who not only made regular food, but
Have you ever felt slow, heavy, lazy, or even emotionally drained? There are a million things that can weigh us down on a daily basis: our actual body weight, stressful days at work, problems in our relationships, and even negative people in general. I lost a decent amount of weight and leaned out considerably. Ever
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